Giant anteater trying to figure out if International Women’s Day celebrates women with dual or greater citizenship, women that travel a lot, or just women who work on the international space station and Antarctica.
This tortoise just reminded me that I should probably have dinner sometime today.
Posting it here in case you forgot to eat as well.
Great. Now even the frogs are doing mashups.
Otter that has accepted the fact that birds suddenly appear every time you are near, but is still puzzled as to the mechanism.
– Have they been camouflaged this whole time?
– Are they teleporting? If so, from where?
– Do they somehow bend space-time, appearing through extremely short-lived wormholes?
– Is it dimensional slippage? Does that make them refuges from collapsing alternate universes?
Frog politely, but firmly, suggesting that you keep your distance.
Sea stars basically move around by making hickeys everywhere.
Mousebirds haven’t yet invented napkins.
I’m pretty sure that if the glass hadn’t been there, she would have pinched my cheek, told me how much I’d grown, and offered me a penny candy.
Monkey pondering whether it’s worth the effort correcting the fundamental misunderstandings in a political meme posting.
Turns out the planet’s been hit by space rocks.
Turns out the planet’s been hit with lots and lots of little water molecules over an extremely long period of time.
Someone left their candy on the ground for more than five seconds.
In infrared, the contamination from UV, violet, and blue light goes away and you can see a whole lot further.
This technique works a lot better when the sun is up, of course.
Not really sure what’s going on here. The pattern looks like rivers, but the shading looks like mountains.
Sure looks interesting, though.
I just like the composition of this one.
In frog land, goiters* are sexy.
* Well, technically, it’s the sounds the goiters make … which isn’t much better.
Sometimes I feel this way about America too.
Eagle realizing that today, decades later, he has no idea how much the doggie in the window actually was.
Vignetting, or the tendency of light to be more concentrated in the center of an image, falling off at the edges exists on most lenses but in most modern contexts, isn’t very noticeable.
In the air, though, there’s seems to be fall-off when you pull the UV contamination out of the image.
Sometimes that’s okay.
There have many times I’ve been driving on 35W, when I’ve wanted to pull over and get a nice shot of the skyline.
Should have thought about just pulling up instead.